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Forget the Expensive 911s: The Best Underrated Performance Cars on The Market

The internet and car magazines nowadays are full of praise for the �80s and �90s Porsche 911s, Ferraris or R33 Skylines. Everyone agrees those are fantastic cars in every way. But they are not the only ones who deserve the attention of the car crowd and spike a rise in prices. Over the...

Production of the Chevy Impala Will Cease 2/27/2020. The Impala first hit sales floors in 1958 as a high-end Chevrolet Bel Air. From the late 1950s through the 1960s, the Impala struck a chord with buyers. In 1959, GM sold more than 440,000; by 1965 it sold more than 1 million. The Impala was in "a class of its own," Chevrolet proclaimed in a 1964 commercial. "No other automobile offers so much of what so many people desire. With styling that brings you back to look and look again, Chevrolet stands alone. Alone in pure dedication to beauty and relaxation."

“I’m very happy with the way the Corvette C8.R performed at 24 Hours of Daytona,” said veteran Corvette driver Antonia Garcia, who raced the front-engine C7.R from 2014-2019. “It wasn’t a win, but I’m sure that knowing how it reacts, and how much room there is for development, this Corvette will be a winning machine before long."